NEW YORK, Feb 13 (Reuters) - Delta Air Lines wants to be one of the first customers for an anticipated Boeing Co mid-market jet, Bloomberg reported on Tuesday, in an early indication that the carrier is not harboring ill-will over a recent trade row with the planemaker.


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